Working together in perfect harmony no prob for barbershop chorusEnergetic melodies and beautiful a cappella harmonies really stole the show when Ogallala-based Cowboy Capital Chorus took the stage at Phillips County Fair Thursday, July 28.
A number of b...
Horseshoes may be lucky, but there’s no doubt the Phillips County Fair horseshoe pitching competition is all about skill!
A group of competitors gear up for action, pictured above, with Daryl Atkins, Larry Atkins, Bob Halbert, Alvin Schumann and Elwin ...
Since Thomas Edison announced the creation of his phonograph machine in 1877, music technology has been on a roll ever since.
With record albums came modern radio broadcasting, and of course, the jukebox at the diner down the street. 8-tracks were invent...
Merle Powell hopes to “bring a passion for worship through reading God’s Word, prayer and fellowship,” to First Christian Church of Holyoke as he takes over the position of minister.
Powell, son -in-law of former First Christian Church minister Jim...
Velma Biddle, long-time Holyoke resident, celebrated her 102nd birthday with flair and enthusiasm in Boulder last weekend with family members.
Celebrating 102 years, Velma Biddle and family members gather for an exciting birthday party last weekend. They...
Tornado sirens were sounded in Holyoke June 19, indicating a funnel cloud had been spotted and was headed toward Holyoke. Individuals should have been taking cover, going to their pre-designated shelter, such as a basement, storm cellar or the center of a...
Alumni and the community are invited to join together in non-denominational praise and worship on the southeast corner of the Sedgwick County Courthouse lawn in Julesburg, Sunday, Aug. 14 at 9 a.m.
Pastors Kerry and Jan Johnson and Frank and Ivy Joy John...
Dove season kicks off Thursday, Sept. 1. The town of Haxtun and the Haxtun Gun Club will host a Hunter Safety Class Aug. 19-21 for interested students.
Friday, Aug. 19 the class will meet from 6-9 p.m. at the Haxtun Community Center. Saturday, Aug. 20 th...
The Republican River Compact Administration (RRCA) will hold a work session Tuesday, Aug. 30 beginning at 1 p.m. at the Burlington Community and Education Center.
The annual meeting of the RRCA will be held at 9 a.m. Aug. 31 at the Burlington Community a...
Rotating crops has been seen as a valuable cultural practice proven to reduce plant diseases and pest problems as well as improving soil health and plant productivity.
Agricultural references to crop rotation have been found in literature ...
A no-till and cover crop field day will be held Wednesday, Aug. 31 at the home of Gregg and MaryAnn Stults in Yuma County.
Those attending the field day will learn how residue and soil aggregates affect infiltration; how and why of no-till and cover crop...
Three cute little girls were named winners in the 2011 Baby Bear Hugs Sweetest Baby-Toddler Contest.
First place was awarded to Skyla Renner, 6 months, the daughter of Amanda Renner.
Taryn Thayer, 8 months, was second. She is the daughter of Branden and...
Backpacks are packed, pencils are sharpened and new crayons are just waiting to be used. It must be back-to-school time! Students in Holyoke Re-1J School District will head back to class Thursday, Aug. 18.
Back-to-School Night is scheduled for Tuesday, A...
HHS science teacher Ashley Clayton recently was recognized at the 2011 Boettcher Foundation Teacher Recognition Awards Program.
2011 Boettcher scholar Mallory Bennett nominated Clayton as a teacher who has made a significant contribution to her growth an...
Progressive 15 presents awards to outstanding citizens in the 15-county region of Northeast Colorado that they advocate for.
This year they are asking for the public’s help in finding these individuals. The two awards and the criteria for them are desc...
Holyoke School District Re-1J Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 8 p.m. in Holyoke JH Room #218.
Included in the superintendent’s report will be an overview of the opening days of school, as well as 2011 results from the Colorado State As...
Thursday, Aug. 4
Border League 4, Iowa 9
Friday, Aug. 5
Nebraska 2, Colorado 5
Canada 0, Missouri 10
Minnesota 10, Kansas 0
Saturday, Aug. 6
North Dakota 6, Iowa 9
Nebraska 6, Border League 1
North Dakota 6, Kansas 1
Baseball action was steady for six straight days at Holyoke Ball Park Aug. 4-9.
Nine teams gathered in Holyoke for the 13-15-year-old Midwest Plains Babe Ruth Regional Tournament for a chance to advance to the Babe Ruth World Series in Jamestown, N.Y. Au...
All nine participating teams lined up on the field Thursday night, Aug. 4 for the opening ceremony. Border League took on Iowa immediately following the ceremony.Holyoke’s Zach Roll waits for the throw from the pitch to try and tag out a Nebraska runner...
Job well done, HolyokeHolyoke, Colorado hosted a regional baseball tournament with seven state champion 13-15-year-old Babe Ruth baseball teams, one Canadian team and our very own Border League All-Stars.
Wow! I am extremely proud of this community for t...